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BOHS AGM 2019 
The next Annual General Meeting of the Society will be held in the Ambassador room of the Hilton Brighton Metropole, on Wednesday, 03 April 2019 at 17.10.  All members* are welcome to attend. 

A copy of the AGM Notice and the minutes from the last meeting plus supporting documents for the special resolution are available to view here.

If you are unable to attend but would like to use a proxy vote please contact Amy Allsobrook at: You can also send an email to this address if you wish to inform us of your apologies if you cannot attend.

If you are planning to come just to the AGM why not consider registering for the whole day? The OH2019 conference is the leading international conference in the field of worker health protection in the UK, focusing on occupational hygiene and the prevention of occupational ill-health and disease. To find out more please visit the OH2019 website.

* Only members with voting rights are eligible to attend the AGM


Launch of a new UK Hearing Conservation Association 

To coincide with World Hearing Day on the 3rd March 2019 – we are pleased to announce the launch of the UK Hearing Conservation Association (UKHCA), which aims to be a credible, independent source of information, providing practical advice and solutions to common noise and hearing problems inside and outside the workplace.

About the UKHCA
Our mission is to prevent damage to our Nation’s hearing health and to reduce other noise related health conditions by promoting practical, evidence-based and cost-effective solutions. The UKHCA has been established to provide impetus for action against wholly preventable hearing health harm, both at work and across our society.  Our experience has shown that the approach to managing work related noise is often based on outmoded ideas and there is a general lack of knowledge about or respect for our hearing and how it can be harmed.

For more information visit:

Directory of Occupational Hygiene Services now open

Click here to view the Directory of Occupational Hygiene Services.

To apply to be included either click here or apply through your online account (link will only be visible to eligible members).

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